Attend the Proactive Maintenance with Fluke Infrared Thermography and Power Quality / Energy Analyzers Workshop

Proactive Maintenance with Fluke Infrared Thermography and Power Quality Energy Analyzers Workshop

Attend this FREE workshop presented by Fluke to improve uptime and reliability of electro-mechanical equipment!

What you will learn:

  • Maintenance applications of thermal imaging & power quality analyzers
  • How thermal imaging & power/energy studies aid in diagnosing problems
  • Tips to set up a successful maintenance program employing these tools
  • How to select the right thermal imager & power quality tool for your work

What’s included:

  • Four hours of instruction with a Fluke product specialist
  • Demonstrations of thermal imagers and power quality loggers & analyzers
  • Completion certificate

Who should attend:

  • Plant electricians
  • Electrical contractors
  • Facilities maintenance managers
  • Operations & manufacturing managers
  • Reliability professionals
  • Maintenance professionals
  • Service professionals

Dates, Time and Locations:

Choose from one of the following dates and locations.

  • Wednesday, June 29, 2016
  • Thursday, June 30, 2016
    • Steiner Electric – Rockford
    • 8:00am – 12:00pm

Registration

  • Free
  • Continental Breakfast served from 7:15am – 8:00am
Registration for this event is now closed.

National Fall Prevention Stand-Down

May 2 – May 6, 2016 is National Fall Prevention Stand-Down week.

National Safety Stand-Down Week

OSHA’s National Fall Prevention Stand-Down campaign raises awareness to prevent fall hazards in construction. To ensure the safety of workers and help prevent accidents companies can start by implementing the following three steps:

  1. Plan ahead to get the job done safely
  2. Provide the right safety equipment
  3. Train everyone on how to use equipment properly

Employers who participate in National Fall Prevention Stand-Down Week can receive a Certificate of Participation signed by the Secretary of Labor, Thomas E. Perez. The downloadable certificate will be made available beginning May 2, 2016 on the OSHA National Fall Prevention Stand-Down certificate page.

Who is eligible to participate? As stated by OSHA, the following groups are eligible:

Commercial construction companies of any size, residential construction contractors, subcontractors, independent contractors, highway construction companies, general industry employers, the U.S. Military, other government participants, unions, employer’s trade associations, institutes, worker interest organizations, and safety equipment manufacturers.

Safety Stand-Down

Employers can provide Safety Stand-Downs to their employees during the week. A “Safety Stand-Down” is a voluntary session that gives employers the opportunity to directly address safety with its employees focusing on fall hazards and fall prevention. Safety Stand-Downs can include:

  1. Planned toolbox talks or other safety activities
  2. Breaks to talk about how to prevent falls
  3. Formal safety training for all workers

The first step in fall prevention safety is to talk about it – when there is a clear understanding of proper protocols and procedures that provide the most safety, there is a decrease in accidents.

Following the initial discussion, the next preventative measure is to make sure employees have proper safety equipment for fall prevention. PPE, or personal protective equipment, better equipped for fall hazards include fall protection lanyards and pulling grips.

Finally, in addition to providing the necessary safety supplies make sure employees are properly trained on how to use all equipment. Improper use of safety equipment can also lead to accidents that could have been avoided with sufficient training.

For more information on OSHA’s fall prevention safety campaign, be sure to visit https://www.osha.gov/StopFallsStandDown/ and learn more.

Use National Fall Prevention Stand-Down Week as an opportunity to review safety, reinforce safety protocols and preventative measures, and maintain appropriate inventory levels of safety products.

Employers who participate in National Fall Prevention Stand-Down Week can give feedback directly to OHSA about their Stand-Down program by sending an email.

OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Attend the Proactive Maintenance with Fluke Infrared Thermography and Vibration Testing Workshop

Fluke Workshop

Attend this FREE workshop presented by Fluke to improve uptime and reliability of electro-mechanical equipment.

What you will learn:

  • Maintenance applications of thermal imaging and vibration testing
  • How thermal and vibration measurements predict equipment outages
  • Tips for setting up a successful maintenance program
  • Factors impacting the selection of the right tools for your applications

What’s included:

Who should attend:

  • Plant electricians
  • Electrical contractors
  • Facilities maintenance managers
  • Operations and manufacturing managers
  • Reliability professionals
  • Maintenance professionals
  • Service professionals

Dates, Time and Locations:

Choose from one of the following dates and locations.

  • Wednesday, March 23, 2016
  • Thursday, March 24, 2016
    • Steiner Electric – Rockford
    • 8:00am – 12:00pm

Registration

  • Free
  • Continental Breakfast served from 7:15am – 8:00am
Registration for this event is now closed.